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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - United States Centers For Disease Control And Prevention
Suicide among teens and young adults is the third leading cause of death for their age group in the United States. Knowing the signs and how to intervene is important in order to prevent teenage suicide.
Health agencies are making thousands of phone calls and going door-to-door to ask West Virginians how a January chemical spill affected them.
Drug overdoses are in the news again with the passing of Philip Seymour Hoffman. The 46-year-old actor was found dead on Sunday in his Manhattan office-apartment of an apparent drug overdose.
Gonorrhea rates rose for the third year in a row in 2012, and syphilis rates rose a “dramatic” 11 percent, due to new infections in men, according to the latest report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Two advocacy groups are demanding that transgender women be given free mammograms under President Obama's new health care law, following reports that a transgender woman was denied a government-financed mammogram at a clinic in Colorado.
In a finding researchers are still trying to understand, autism rates in British children appear to have plateaued in the past decade, according to a new study released Wednesday.
There has been a disturbing increase in America's suicide rate and our job-scarce economy may be one of the reasons why.
Alarms are being sounded on Capitol Hill about the emerging problem of an untreatable gonorrhea "superbug," and tens of millions of dollars are being sought to prepare for an expected outbreak in the U.S.
Reports of the rise of a rare but potentially deadly class of “superbugs” that target those already struggling with illness have now caught the attention of lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
The U.S. chlamydia rate in women rose by 51 percent in the last decade, reflecting both better testing and a higher prevalence of the curable, sexually transmitted infection, says the federal government.
Medical centers receiving federal funding aren't following government guidelines regarding HIV tests, a new investigative report found.
America's abortion rate fell 5 percent in 2009 in the greatest single-year drop seen since the federal government started tracking data on the procedure.
America's abortion rate fell 5 percent in 2009 in the largest single-year drop seen since the federal government started tracking data on the procedure.
Americans who test positive for gonorrhea should now be treated with a shot, not just pills, the federal government said Thursday in a significant rewrite of the recommended treatment for the long-dreaded sexually transmitted disease.
The ever-mutating gonorrhea bacterium is becoming resistant to the dwindling number of medicines used to fight it, and public health authorities are raising alarms about the emergence of an untreatable "superbug" that will reverse decades of progress in lowering infection and transmission rates around the globe.